Analysis of User Experience (UX) on Health-Tracker Mobile Apps

Amalia Suzianti, Rizky Puti Minanga, Felisa Fitriani

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The development of smartphone technology allows people to do their daily activities in more efficient and effective ways through mobile applications. Therefore, the mobile apps industry has grown significantly in the last decade. To make the mobile apps industry develop further, knowledge on the elements needed in maximizing the user experience (UX) is necessary. The UX analysis in developing mobile apps has to be conducted in order to create an app that matches with user's preferences. This research focuses on one of the categories related to health, which is health-tracker apps. Based on the preliminary survey conducted, it was found that two of the most popular apps are the Google fit and Myfitnesspal. Thus, this research takes both apps as the objects of the research. The usability of the apps are then assessed by using AMOS-SEM. The results of the research is that Google fit had only one variable which is affect that influenced user's UX assessment while Myfitnesspal had two variables which are usability and affect that influenced it.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)262-267
JournalInternational Journal of Computer Theory and Engineering
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 1 Aug 2017


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